British intelligence services have allegedly been violating international law for almost a decade. A leaked top-secret document suggests agents were permitted to use information taken from prisoners tortured overseas. Officers were asked to 'balance' how much they expected detainees to suffer against the value of the information they could get. They were also given political protection from prosecution. Human rights activists are demanding an open and fair inquiry, but fear their questions will be met with a wall of silence, as Tara Lyle from Amnesty International explains.
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